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* ShesNotMyGirlfriend: PlayedWith when one of Sakurako's friends, whose currently in a lesbian relationship, refers to Kasumi as Sakurako's girlfriend Sakurako says thats not really what they are, but thats not an unfair assement of their relationship.


* SenpaiKohai: Sakurako and Kasumi are the sempai to Seri and Shouko.

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Sakurako and Kasumi are the sempai to Seri and Shouko.Shouko.
** In one "What-if" strip, Sakurako is depressed after sleeping through the entrance exam to Kasumi's college, meaning that she'll have to wait another year to get in. Upon realizing that she'll be Kasumi's kohai, Sakurako immediately cheers up at the thought of calling her "Kasumi-sempai."

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* ShoutOut: Kasumi once recalls an argument that she and her mother had over [[Manga/LuckyStar which end of a chocolate cornet is the head]].

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* ForWantOfANail: One chapter shows the outcome of certain changes to the characters or the setting, such as what would happen if Sakurako was lazy, or Kasumi [[RealityEnsues gained weight from eating so much]].


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* SenpaiKohai: Sakurako and Kasumi are the sempai to Seri and Shouko.


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* ThirdPersonPerson: A variant. Sakurako sometimes mentions that her father, mother and older sister sometimes call themselves, "Dad," "Mom," and "Onee-chan," respectively, as some Japanese parents and older siblings do.

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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Hinako often gets on Sakurako's nerves by insisting on spending time with her, or demanding that Sakurako help her study.


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* DontCallMeSir: Shouko spends much of Chapter 27 trying to get Seri to stop using "-san" on her, eventually succeeding.
* UsefulNotes/JapaneseSiblingTerminology: Mostly averted with the Kawawa siblings. While Sakurako uses "Onee-chan" on her older sister Riko most of the sisters use "-chan" on their sisters; for example, Hinako calls Sakurako "Saku-chan."
* TheOjou: Seri comes from a wealthy family, and is unused to the more modest accommodations of the boarding house.


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* SayItWithHearts: When Kasumi asks Sakurako why she's the only one Sakurako uses "-chan" on, Sakurako says that she feels like a "Kasumi-chan" to her, adding a heart after Kasumi's name. Kasumi then wonders why.


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* WesternZodiac: In one chapter, the girls discuss their horoscopes and how compatible they are with each other.

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* BigEater: Kasumi is a complete glutton, whose capable of eating more food by herself then a whole family. Quite a few characters have lamented the fact that she can eat so much and not gain a pound.


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* SingleTargetSexuality: Sakurako has eyes only for Kasumi.


{{Yuri}}: While subtle at first with each volume it has become increasingly obvious the main plot is a love story between the two leads.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: While Sakurako's feelings for Kasumi are pretty explicit, its hard to judge how Kasumi feels. While she certainly doesn't mind Sakurako's affection and will even show some in return, its usually more shown as indifference, making her seem more {{Asexual}} then anything else.
* OppositesAttract: Sakurako and Kasumi could not be more different but these differences end up being the reason they get along so well.
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{{Yuri}}: While subtle at first with each volume it has become increasingly obvious the main plot is a love story between the two leads.leads.
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''A Room for Two'', also known as ''Futaribeya (ふたりべや)'' in Japanese, is an ongoing SliceOfLife manga by Yukiko. It is set up in the {{Yonkoma}} style and began serialization on July, 30 2014 in Comic Birz Magazine. Currently it has 6 volumes published.

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''A Room for Two'', also known as ''Futaribeya (ふたりべや)'' in Japanese, is an ongoing SliceOfLife manga by Yukiko. It is set up in the {{Yonkoma}} style and began serialization on July, 30 July 30, 2014 in Comic Birz Magazine. Currently it has 6 volumes published.


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[[caption-width-right:348: Sakurako and Kasumi]]

Sakurako Kawawa is a high school first year and has just moved into the boarding house attached to her school. The boarding house pairs students with roommates so its not long after starting to unpack that Sakurako meets her new roommate, the absolutely gorgeous Kasumi Yamabuki. While smitten with the beautiful girl at first sight, Kasumi quickly reveals herself to be something of absent minded layabout who not only didn't pack much belongings, but didn't even bring a bed. Kasumi's personality awakened Sakurako's big sis instincts and it wasn't long before she began caring for Kasumi's every need.

''A Room for Two'', also known as ''Futaribeya (ふたりべや)'' in Japanese, is an ongoing SliceOfLife manga by Yukiko. It is set up in the {{Yonkoma}} style and began serialization on July, 30 2014 in Comic Birz Magazine. Currently it has 6 volumes published.

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{{Yuri}}: While subtle at first with each volume it has become increasingly obvious the main plot is a love story between the two leads.

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